Our Team

Prof. Dr. Hakan DAL

+90 505 765 60 60
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He was the coordinator of the K226 Virtual Chemistry Laboratory Applications (VCLapps) European Union project

He works as a Professor at Anadolu University Open Education Faculty. He started his academic life as a Research Assistant at Ankara University in 1995. He received the title of Assistant Professor in 2002, Associate Professor in 2008, and Professor in 2015 at Anadolu University, Faculty of Science, Department of Chemistry. He completed his specialization in Inorganic Chemistry.

He continues his studies on Distance Education, Metal Chemistry and Hazardous Substances. Prof. Dr. Dal worked as an executive in 1 European Union project, as a coordinator in 6 national projects, and as a research assistant in 3 national projects.

There are 102 scientific articles in journals scanned by SCI abroad. He served as vice president of the Chemists Association between 2013 and 2015. He served as a consultant at the Council of Higher Education (YÖK) between 2015-2022. Turkish Chemical Sector Strategy Document (2012-2016) and the Industrial Cooperation (ÜSİ) Strategy and Action Plan (2015), prepared on behalf of the Council of Higher Education (YÖK) under the coordination of the Ministry of Science, Industry and Technology, with the participation of “Turkish Public-Universities-Universities, business world and public institutions” -2018) also took part.

D. César Carrión

+34 468 645 46 39
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He was the coordinator of the K226 Virtual Chemistry Laboratory Applications (VCLapps) European Union project from AIJU (Leisure Research Center located in Spain)

Mr Cesar Carrion. Bachelor of Telecommunications Engineering (Telematics Specialty) at the Polytechnic University of Valencia Master’s Degree in Videogame Design and Development by the International University of La Rioja.

Expert in the development of regional, national, and European projects. More than 90 European projects developed in last 20 years. Expert in the use of ICT. Technologies Enhanced Teaching and Learning. Programmer of web pages and applications. Expert in technologies such as Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality and Mixed Reality, coding APPs, educational Robotics, 3D Printing.

He is also an expert in data mining, artificial intelligence, IoT, Industry 4.0 and ubiquitous learning. He actively participates in various European platforms, congresses, and conferences. Teacher and parent trainer on the use of ICT and on safe Internet. He also holds talks for students on the risks of ICT: addiction, cyberbullying, grooming, phishing, sexting.

His commitment to research and cutting-edge technology is reflected in his participation as a PhD student in the field of Artificial Intelligence, both at the UNED during the period from March 2011 to April 2014, and at the EPSA (UPV) from October 2021.

Anabela Miranda da Torre
(Librarian Teacher)

+351 964 103 033
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She was the Portuguese partner of the European Union’s K226 Virtual Chemistry Laboratory Applications (VCLapps) project.

Degree in Basic Education teacher’s, Technological Visual Education, by the “Escola Superior de Educação”, Viana do Castelo (1992-1996). Representing the school in a European Seminar Ethnography of European Traditional Cultures, Society – Cultural and Tradition at the Institute of Cultural Studies of Europe and the Mediterranean, Athens, Greece (1995).

Acquired more experience in the Network -Teaching Portuguese Abroad – at the Consulate General of Portugal, Paris (2008).

Belonging to the permanent appointment of the teacher boards, she Postgraduated in School Library Management from the “Escola Superior de Estudos Industriais e de Gestão”, Porto (2014).

Acquire certification by the Scientific Council to provide training courses to the teachers in too areas – Technological Visual Education and School Libraries – and also by the School Libraries Network to coordinate the School Libraries of the “Agrupamento de Escolas Dr. Flávio Gonçalves, Póvoa de Varzim” (2015).

She has already coordinated 3 European projects, related to the use of ICT in the teaching-learning process and shared national curriculum in the areas of Literature (textual types) and Mathematics (lessons-plan), on strategic partnerships for the exchange of good practices.

She participated in 7 European projects relating to different pedagogical areas. And in the NGO Jovens Europa in 2 youth exchanges abroad, training and workshops under the Youth in Action Program and Erasmus +.

ANKÜ Anadolu ve Fen Lisesi

+90 (0312) 489 80 08
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ANKÜ is located in Ankara, the capital of Turkey, and was founded in 1996. It is affiliated with Ankara University and is constantly supported by Ankara University in terms of educational activities. As an educational institution, we support our students’ learning with scientific research, conferences, interviews, arts and crafts, archaeological studies, museums and environmental trips. ANKÜ Science High School continues its education with 84 students in 5 classes.

For the future of our country, in line with Atatürk and with a universal perspective; To raise individuals who are researching, questioning, problem-solving, principled, moral, have adopted a democratic understanding, communicate healthily, think critically, have high self-confidence, are equipped according to the needs of the 21st century, and are always in favor of love and peace.

To be a pioneer and exemplary school that constantly improves itself by following the developments in education in the contemporary world, ensures the academic and social development of students with educational approaches that take into account individual differences, and invests in the professional development of its teachers.

Alpay Baloglu

ATA Software was inaugurated in 2018 under the name of CRN VR Zone. It was built on basic virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) during the initial installation phase. In this context, while introducing the virtual reality world to the people concerned with the application center, on the other hand, supported to organizations with software projects. During this period, virtual training sets for schools, virtual promotional tours for hotels and travel agencies, virtual business presentations and product promotions for industrial organizations were prepared. With the year 2020, CRN VR Zone started to continue its activities under the name of ATA Software by expanding its business activities within the scope of website design, android and IOS application preparations and preparation of special projects for businesses.

ATA Software not only provides project services to related organizations, but also develops digital projects in cooperation with universities and also cooperates to assist university students in their graduation thesis. In this context, with the cooperation of Computer Engineering Department of Eskisehir Osmangazi University, virtual reality traffic training sets and Virtual reality English language training sets for the children (age 7-10) within the scope of LBVR (Location Based Virtual Reality) have been prepared. On via Virtual reality traffic training sets, young children were enabled to learn the traffic rules safely in the virtual vehicle traffic environment and experience what they can live if they make mistakes. And also, with the virtual reality English training set, it was helped to learn English easily with virtual education tools and games that could attract young children. In addition, support was given to the “Relationship of technology acceptance engagement, satisfaction and play intention in virtual reality games” project at Anadolu University, Department of Physical Education and Sports (EMEN, August 2020).

Ata Software also works on project basis in the fields of 3D design, animation, augmented reality programming and game development and also, expert on UNITY 3D system and has developed several games. In this context, Ata Software in cooperation with some companies specialize in Unity applications in Turkey.

It is supported by the European Commission under the Erasmus+ Programme. However, from the comments here
The European Commission and the Turkish National Agency cannot be held responsible.